Many superstars got traded on the first day of the new NFL league year. Of course, those include the megadeal that sent DeAndre Hopkins to Arizona for David Johnson. In addition, the Vikings traded wide receiver Stefon Diggs to the Buffalo Bills for three draft picks, including a first-round selection.… Read more
Mark Gill debates the second half of the NFL Draft's first round.
I’m going to do a mock draft with a difference here. In this first round mock I will look at some dilemmas and decisions that NFL front office personnel could be faced with when they’re on the clock in April.
What should the New York Jets do in the free agency and draft?
At the beginning of the new league year when free agency starts and players begin to switch teams, we allow ourselves to drift off into fantasy land.
As we venture further into the NFL offseason, we are met with yet another surprise. Dallas Cowboys centre Travis Frederick has announced his retirement at the age of 29.
Emmanuel Sanders has put pen to paper on a 2 year, $16 million contract with the New Orleans Saints. Sanders' signing with the Saints comes after numerous rumours swirled of the veteran pass-catcher rejoining the San Francisco 49ers or signing in Big D with the Dallas Cowboys.
Andy Dalton's value should be high enough for the Bengals to demand a quality return. He won't be able to replace Tom Brady, even after one of his worst seasons. He will, however, be the perfect quarterback to keep the team competitive under the Bill Belichick regime.
Amid league closures and travel bans, the NFL’s offseason has been sport’s leading story over the last week. It has emphatically delivered the drama sports fans craved.
The rise and fall of Todd Gurley is a startling reminder that nothing is certain.
Tom Brady has a big year ahead, but he could have scarcely asked for a better scenario to be in.
After a twenty year stay in New England, Tom Brady is moving south to Tampa Bay - can you believe it?
The Carolina Panthers and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater are reportedly finalizing a three-year, $60 million contract to make him the team's new starting QB.
The inaugural day of free agency saw some blockbuster deals go down. One of the biggest included the San Francisco 49ers trading star defensive lineman DeForest Buckner to the Indianapolis Colts for the Colts' 2020 first-round draft pick (13).
Bill O'Brien made sure all the attention was directed his way, by conducting arguably the worst trade in NFL history. The Houston Texans are getting from the Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson and a 2020 2nd round draft pick, in exchange for 2021 4th rounder and one of the league's best wide receivers DeAndre Hopkins.